Edison Sample #2 (12-in. double-faced)

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Edison 10462 Unknown 6/24/1925 Minuet in G / Frederick Kinsley
Edison 10589 A 9/23/1925 Sweet blue bird / Herbert Soman Salon Orchestra
Edison 10652 Unknown 10/26/1925 How can you look so good (And still be so dog-gone bad) / Phil Baker's Bad Boys
Edison 10668 Unknown 11/6/1925 The letter edged in black / Vernon Dalhart and Company
Edison 10672 C 11/10/1925 Roll 'em girls (Roll your own) / Florida Four ; Arthur Hall
Edison 10687 Unknown 11/19/1925 Just a little thing called rhythm / Ernie Golden ; Hotel McAlpin Orchestra
Edison 10692 C 11/24/1925 Clap hands! Here comes Charley! / Golden Gate Orchestra ; Arthur Hall ; John Ryan
Edison 10697 Unknown 11/25/1925 Close your eyes / Jack Stillman Orchestra
Edison 10699 Unknown 11/27/1925 Let's wander away / Joseph M. Knecht ; Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
Edison 10705 Unknown 12/2/1925 Show me the way to go home / The Happiness Boys

Primary Performers:

Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra (Musical group)
Vernon Dalhart and Company (Musical group)
Phil Baker's Bad Boys (Musical group)
Florida Four (Musical group)
The Happiness Boys (Vocal group)
Frederick Kinsley (instrumentalist : organ)
Herbert Soman Salon Orchestra (Musical group)
Ernie Golden (leader)
Hotel McAlpin Orchestra (Musical group)
Golden Gate Orchestra (Musical group)
Arthur Hall (vocalist : tenor vocal)
John Ryan (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Jack Stillman Orchestra (Musical group)
Joseph M. Knecht (leader)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Edison Sample #2 (12-in. double-faced)," accessed July 4, 2022, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/243418/Edison_Sample_2.

Edison Sample #2 (12-in. double-faced). (2022). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved July 4, 2022, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/243418/Edison_Sample_2.

"Edison Sample #2 (12-in. double-faced)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 4 July 2022.

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